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Gentle Souls is 40x40x1.4 inches large contemporary, semi abstract, art nouveau painting with two spotted fallow deer in a woodland clearing in winter. Both deer stand on a different plane and around them are abstract trees that hint of pine trees and frosty tree branches. There is a suggestion of a hazy sun above tree line and hills in the top right. The two female deer have appeared in a strange space that hints of the heart of a forest but is overlapping in possibilities with transparent layers. The colours range from white and cream through to pale yellow, blues, violets, orange and pinks. The inspiration for the painting came having seen the herd of deer at Knole Park in Kent. I was struck by how elegant and perfect these little deer are, and simply wanted to express this. I chose a semi abstract background as it allows me freedom that contrasts with the traditional handling of the deer. Above to the right is a suggestion of a moon. I like the mystery of this painting and I am happy I have caught some of the essence of the deer who remain a constant source of fascination for me. I often see them when walking and are always amazed at how such relatively large creatures can appear and disappear with such apparent ease. It is quite magical. The painting is on deep edge canvas, white edges, no frame needed, ready to hang
LOST IN CORNWALL AGAIN
A BRIGHT SUNNY DAY FISHING
Rue Norvins Montmartre Paris.
KIDS LOVE MARAZION
ALL KIDS LOVE THE BEACH
RED BOAT COMEING HOME--ST IVES
THIS IS MY EXTRA LARGE SIZE CANVAS 76X21 CM IN A DEEP FRAME 30X20 INCHES WHITE EDGES SO NO FRAME NEEDED ALL READY TO HANG ============================= in thick oils in my own naive style THE RED BOAT IS HOME SMEATONS PIER IN ST IVES- ITS A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT 4 BEACHES LOTS OF GOOD SHOPS CAFES AND PUBS AND ALSO THE TATE ST IVES --------------------------- -IN THICK OIS LOTS OF TEXTURES A REALLY NICE PAINTING
A GREAT DAYS SAILING IN MARAZION
Anticipation... is a 24x18x1.5 inches oil on canvas of a rainbow coloured abstract autumn forest path. It is another in a series of paintings of glowing autumn paths based on place near Sharpthorne and the Bluebell Railway in Sussex. I love the idea of paintings being portals to other places and this one looks quite magical to me. I called it 'anticipation' as that is what a good country walk delivers. You become fascinated by what is over the next hill or through the next forest. It never ceases to thrill me and I have tried to capture my enthusiasm in this little painting. It is dedicated to anyone else who would like to escape into it occasionally. It is on deep edge canvas, edges white, ready to hang, no frame needed.
This is an oil painting on canvas of some beautiful red, yellow and white flowers that were given to me as a present for Mother's Day. I couldn't resist painting them and I hope you like them as much as I do. It is painted on all sides so can be hung without a frame if desired or you can frame it to your liking. It also has a coat of varnish.